Understand complex hemodynamic conditions
With the know-how of Advanced Patient Monitoring, we guide you to define the best individual treatment for patients with challenging hemodynamics conditions.
Our monitor platform is a reliable and intuitive interface that adapts to a wide range of patient types and clinical conditions for immediate diagnosis and management of cardiovascular conditions.
Resolve the therapeutic conflict with parameters you can trust
The life of your critically ill patient depends on the right decision for the next therapeutic step. These situations often come along with therapeutic conflicts in which you need trusted information you can rely on. With a broad set of reliable hemodynamic parameters, you can act safely.
Optimize your patient's perioperative fluid balance
Our tools enable perioperative goal-directed therapy to improve the outcome for your patient. Our versatile ProAQT technology provides a simple and quick solution to continuously monitor a broad set of hemodynamic parameters. The result: improved outcome with substantially lowered cost of care.  
Maintain adequate oxygen balance
Your patient's vital organs are highly sensitive to hypoxic episodes. We offer easy-to-use insight into your patient's oxygen metabolism with solutions for continuous oxygen balance monitoring.
Assess sufficient liver function
In liver resection and transplantation it is key to assess liver function in time. Let our solution for non-invasive liver function monitoring help you to do the assessment at the bedside and to select the optimal therapy for your patient.
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2. Michard F et al., Potential return on investment for implementation of perioperative goal-directed fluid therapy in major surgery: a nationwide database study. Perioper Med 2015;4(11).